I've had this club for over a year now and it's become my club of choice. There are days when i put my driver away completely because i hit this 3 wood so long and straight. I hit the occational pop up off tee shots when i'm not careful and tee the ball up too high, but other than that this is a sweet club and it's really helped me improve on those long par 4s and par 5s.
Pros: Easy to hit, even on mis-hits. Wide face and big "sweet spot" help ensure good contact.
Cons: Small vertical face means that "sky balls" can happen regularly on tee shots if you aren't careful.
Thanks to the lighter shaft I've added 15 yards to my 3 wood hits. East to hit with consistency.
I owned this 3 wood for about a year. It was very easy to hit, and the feeling at impact was very good as Taylormade is known for perfecting the feeling of their metal woods. But as my swing became faster, it was shooting up balls way too high for me, which was okay, but its default offset was also too strong. (probably 1 or 2 degree closed.) which makes it impossible to slice, but it was a bit too much. I'd recommend this to any high-mid handicappers, but if your swing speed goes over 105mph, you should probably use the tour version which has a bit less loft and slightly open clubface.